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Lawanda Romero

Lawanda was born in Seminole Texas, but raised in Billings Montana. She comes from a family of singers, sibling harmony, and every instrument you could think of laying around her house. Lawanda and her two sisters started singing in church  at about 7 yrs old and she never stopped. Lawanda wrote her first song at about 12 yrs old and always dreamed one day she would sing at the Grand Ole Opery. Tammy Wynette and Lorette Lynn were her greatest influences. since her mom sang their songs all the time. Lawanda traveled all across the country touring with her band opening for great artists like John Connley, She is now signed and produced Crowe Entertainment and is planning another tour  in 2011, after completion of her New album..

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Milton Gunzburg

Milton was born in Perth, Western Australia, where he took piano lessons from ages 7 to 15. Milton learned the popular songs of the day then at age 18 took up electric and acoustic guitar. He practiced pop songs then took singing and voice production lessons, and started playing open mikes. This inspired his interest in writing songs, but he needed to further his musical education. In 1981, Milton came, as a student, to the US, where he attended and graduated from the Musicians Instsitute, in Hollywood. This really brought a whole lot of concepts together. Milton joined the Los Angeles Songwriters Showcase in 1983, and began pitching songs to publishers. In 1991, a publisher, Miles Grayson, picked up a song of mine, which was on hold with Anne Murray for 8 months. In 1995, another song was on hold with a film music supervisor. In 2007, he met some old friends who encouraged him to come to the Nashville Songwriters Festival. Jo Crowe, at a listening session, liked WHAT WOULD YOU DO and helped him rewrite it with another writer, and demo it. Jo started pitching it, and he has been working with her ever since, with 5 songs being plugged that have come close.

Shelly Lee

Shelly Lee has been writing songs since she was a young girl in her teens. She taught herself how to play the piano as well as the guitar and harmonica. Shelly became the first girl drummer in her high school band. Her songs can be serious and heartfelt, as well as some of them being quite funny. Her honesty and originality has always put an extra spark in her music. Her inspiration of songwriting comes from artists such as Sheryl Crow, Jewell, Madonna, Dolly Parton, Trisha Yearwood, Loretta Lynn and Faith Hill. She is a a little country girl with a tiny bit of city attitude, and always has a smile for everyone. Shelly has a voice pure like a child and truly unique.

You may view Shelly's website by clicking on her picture.

Ed Cox

Based in Southern California, Ed Cox is a Christian/ Country songwriter with generally a bluesy feel to his music. Songs like “Please Pray For Me” and “On My Knees” capture this style, while “You Bring Out The Worst In Me”, describing the gut wrenching effects of addiction add a edge that makes this song effective. Crowe Entertainment has been pitching many of Ed Cox's songs since 2006, and captured interest in both the Christian and Country markets

To hear more of Ed Cox's music listen to songs listed below or visit SoundClick.com (edcoxsongwriter).

Mike Bellotti

Originally from the New York City area, Mike is based in Cleveland, TN where he’s been writing songs for over 25 years. He recently took the giant step of publishing his music and was fortunate enough to hook up with Jo Crowe of Crowe Entertainment. Mike’s music is lyric driven contemporary folk, and is influenced by Gordon Lightfoot, John Prine, and of course, Bob Dylan. His lyrics tell stories that connect with everyday happenings and emotions. Mike’s perspective on the world and on music has been colored by his career as a geologist, conducting environmental studies and traveling through most of the United States and abroad. Along the way, Mike has also published a book of photographs, “Views From Here”. Mike plays in the Cleveland, TN local coffee house band Brownhaven.

 

Nate Allen

Nate Allen writes uplifting songs that include a plethora of influences from Brad Paisley to Bob Marley to Bill Monroe!  His biggest performance to date was in front of 2,500 enthusiastic sailors and marines onboard the USS Harry S. Truman in October 2010.  His insightful lyrics and sincerity on stage broke through the walls of cultural stereotypes and was widely accepted by people of all backgrounds and nationalities!  Joe Simpson (Papa Joe Records), was visiting the ship with his daughter Jessica, and witnessed the performance, making the comment "this kid is going to make it!"
Nate first picked up a guitar at age 14, learning classics by artists such as Kansas, Led Zeppelin, and Ritchie Valens!  He wrote his first song for a girl in high school which helped him realize he could express his feelings through music.  At age 19, Nate enlisted in the United States Navy where he had the incredible opportunity to spread his original music and morale to military members and their familes all over the world!  His name is quickly recognized throughout the Navy, Coast Guard, and Marines, thanks to a hilarious drinking song he wrote early in his Navy career called "Squared Away Sailor," as well as countless performances on the smokedecks of military bases, local venues, floating Navy vessels, and even overseas on the Sandbox Main Stage in Dubai!  An interview with Nate after an onboard performance was also featured on the Armed Forces Network which was televised globally!  What inspires him to write and play music?  Nate says, "The true joy of music for me comes from sharing it with others!"  He contributes his life today as a true blessing from God, and hopes to reflect this great love through his songwriting, performances, and daily life! 

Thom Devine

Thom started writing songs and singing in a band when he was 10 yrs old. He has played all over the world with much success. Recently one of his songs, “I CRY” has been played over 7,000 on YouTube. This same song is being recorded by past American Idol, Drew Poppelreiter. Drew will also record Thom’s song “Cowboy Up”. Thom signed with Crowe Entertainment in ’95 and has been a selected song writer with the company since. Thom can play acoustic, lead, bass and mandolin.

       
 
 
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